Curling competition grows

Olympic bronze-medalist (2002 in Salt Lake City) curler Kelley Law plays on team Law during a men's and ladies' cashspiel at the Cloverdale Curling Rink earlier this fall.

The Kelley Law rink from the Royal City Curling Club has earned a spot at the BC Scotties tournament of Hearts BC Women’s Curling Championships by leading the province in terms of Canadian Team Ranking System points, Curl BC has announced.

Returning B.C. champions, team Scott of Kelowna, will also be coming to Cloverdale to defend their title next month.

Also last week, Curl BC announced the Jen Fewster Rink of Prince George and Richmond’s Kristy Lewis rink have earned berths at the provincials, along with Nelson’s Jill Winters rink and the Roselyn Craig rink of Duncan.

Four more teams will be named after the Coastal and Interior playoffs this weekend.

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